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Exercise, Health and Lifestyle

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Jodie Jones

on 7 March 2013

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Transcript of Exercise, Health and Lifestyle

“We know of no single intervention with greater promise than physical exercise to reduce the risk of virtually all chronic diseases simultaneously” Booth et al. (2000) Journal of Applied Physiology. Exercise, Health and Lifestyle “Doing something positive will help turn your mood around. When you smile, your body relaxes.
When you experience human touch and interaction, it eases tension in your body.”
Simone Elkeles, Return to Paradise PA = less likely... CHD, hypertension, diabetes, obesity and depression

2 units (female) 3 units (male) a week

Stress can cause CHD

Inadequate amounts of macronutrients, vitamins and minerals

Too much fast food

Healthy diet = starchy foods (wholegrains), low in fat (saturated), salt and sugar A game of SNAP! A disease that causes breathlesness due to damaged alveoli... Lifestyle Strategies Increase PA by adapting daily activities

Drinking diary GLUG GLUG GLUG...

Nicotine replacement therapy

Relaxation techniques (PMR, mind-to-muscle)

Change food preparation and timing of intake Training Programme TIPS Trends and Key Points... - People more sedentary today - 60-90 mins a day (children) - 30 mins a day, x5 a week (adults) - Smoking linked to cancer and CHD Emphysema A blood pressue reading of 140/90 or higher Damage and scarring to the liver The build-up of fats in coronary blood vessels This can lead to blood poisoning, unconsciousness and coma CHD Hypertension Cirrhosis Excess alcohol Set short and long term goals

Apply FITT and SPORT

Appropriate activities

Appropriate intensity

Beginners - 60-70% of MHR
Intermediate - 70-80 % MHR
Advanced/Elite - 80-90% of MHR
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